Tuesday, April 24, 2012

The Distractions Continue

Latest Gallup polling puts Romney ahead of Obama. Why, does the mainstream media ask?

It is truly fascinating to observe such implosions on the left. Touting the "improvements" of the economy and Obama's "likability," the denial of Obama's highly threatened candidacy has witnessed several types of self-delusion as of late:

Romney's Gender Gap With Women.
•Most job losses in the past three years has been among women.
•Only young, unmarried age group susceptible to "war on women" issue distraction tactics.
•Obama still less popular among women compared to 2008.
•Romney has a reverse gender gap among men against Obama.

Obama's Likability Advantage Against Romney
•Carter was also "likable." People are not going to vote for excuses.
•Nixon, despite low likability, was primed for reelection before scandal.
•Romney still injured from primary battle. The right VP pick could potentially turn this around.
•The negative ads to remind the people of Obama's record has not begun yet.

Latest among the attempts to distract is Romney putting a dog on the roof of his car. Such irrelevance is bound to ultimately backfire on the patience of the American people.

Nonetheless, expect more attempts to divert the true issues of the day.

~David Morris~

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Rick Santelli On the Idea of Taxing Ourselves Out. of the Crisis

A burn to all soldiers of class warfare. A simple illustration of math from Rich Santelli.
~David Morris~

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Mitt Romney. Eh.

So many excellent GOP candidates this year. So many fallen. With Santorum officially out of the running, the time dawns upon many that "Mr. Inevitable," Willard Mitt Romney, has truly proven to be the last man standing. Barring a convention upset by Newt or Ron Paul,

At what price one must ask? The negative, marginal victory nature of Mitt's wins leaves many a conservative voter feeling mum about the result. The weak positive intensity among his base must be repaired prior to November. Simultaneously, the Obaminable Machine has promised the most outright dirty, negative campaign to be seen in modern history. They have prepared specifically for the former Massachusetts governor, and will do everything in their power to characterize Romney as a "heartless, rich white republican." The wrong gaffe at the wrong time could be all that it takes.

It shall be seen just how aware of this the Romney campaign is. It is true that Romney's comparative advantage lies in his appeal to moderates. Now he'll require a vice-presidential pick that can sate the fears of the base, whilst continuing to fight back a reputation a faux conservative.

Above all however is this:

He must take the gloves off when it comes to President Obama.

This is to be a election won on offense, not defense.

Considering the nature of his apparent nomination, perhaps the Romney campaign understands this already.

~David Morris~

Monday, April 9, 2012

E Plubis, Divitorium - Out of Many, Division

Obama's un-presidential actions towards the Supreme Court last week should come as no surprise. He simply does as a community organizer does: Divide.

Wall Street vs. Main Street.

99% vs. 1%.

Republicans vs. Old People.

Private Health Insurers vs. Health Customers.

"Green" Energy vs. Viable Energy.

War on Catholics.

War on Women.

War on the Tea Party.

Is it any coincidence that all these new means to divide ourselves, only now miracoulously coincide with the election of Obama? This individual does not think so.

So why the surprise of a new War on the Supreme Court?

~David Morris~